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A lesser-known brand of mp3 players created by Cowon, which far surpasses any and all forms the ipod and any apple products. The iAudio X5, for example, plays a wide variety of music formats with greatly superior sound quality. The X5 also features a good quality FM radio tuner, built in microphone for voice recording, picture and video display, as well as a host of customizable settings. Also, iAudio media players do not require interfacing with bothersome applications such as iTunes to transfer media to or from the player; all files can be added by the "drag and drop" method on a windows, mad, or linux os. The iAudio X5 is approximately the same size as an iPod Video, but is cheaper, has superior sound quality and many additional features, and still plays decent quality video, while maintianing a longer battery life. And if battery life is your main concern, also availible is the X5L, with an extended battery life of 35 hours. Why anyone would buy an iPod when the iAudio is availible is far beyond my power to understand. Simply check cowon.com for information on all iAudio media players.
"Hey man, check out my new iPod Video!"
"Lame dude! My iAudio X5 could completely own your iPod any day of the week!"
"No way! It's on!"
iAudio procedes to lay the vicious hardcore smackdown on the iPod, reducing it to a small pile of useless protected ACCs.
by Scoozilla March 15, 2006
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1.
A lesser-known brand of mp3 players created by Cowon, which far surpasses any and all forms the ipod and any apple products. The iAudio X5, for example, plays a wide variety of music formats with greatly superior sound quality. The X5 also features a good quality FM radio tuner, built in microphone for voice recording, picture and video display, as well as a host of customizable settings. Also, iAudio media players do not require interfacing with bothersome applications such as iTunes to transfer media to or from the player; all files can be added by the "drag and drop" method on a windows, mad, or linux os. The iAudio X5 is approximately the same size as an iPod Video, but is cheaper, has superior sound quality and many additional features, and still plays decent quality video, while maintianing a longer battery life. And if battery life is your main concern, also availible is the X5L, with an extended battery life of 35 hours. Why anyone would buy an iPod when the iAudio is availible is far beyond my power to understand. Simply check cowon.com for information on all iAudio media players.
"Hey man, check out my new iPod Video!"
"Lame dude! My iAudio X5 could completely own your iPod any day of the week!"
"No way! It's on!"
-iAudio procedes to lay the vicious hardcore smackdown on the iPod, reducing it to a small pile of useless protected ACCs.
by scoozilla April 01, 2006
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